Below is a list of webinars on a variety of AT and access topics. Click on the webinar title to read more and register.
EASI presents: A research study indicates that blind users don't know all the features that could benefit them and they plan to solve this problem through a central, free, online screen reader user training resource.
The ability to organize diverse sources of information by topic can be an invaluable organizing tool for students with learning challenges in high school and higher education.
JAN webinar on self-employment: " more than one way to the top of the mountain."
EASI presents University of Washington specialists who will describe their accessibility policies and practices.
AbleNet presents Gayle Bowser, in this first of three sessions, designed to explore the ways that educators can offer support to others who help students use AT.
ATNetwork of California presents Maria Iriate, of Disability Rights California in San Diego CA
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AT Network of California presents creative funding options with Rachel Anderson, Program Coordinator, CFILC; Kim Cantrell, Program Director, CFILC; Rosemarie Punzalan, Program Coordinator, CFILC
AbleNet University presents Gayle Bowser in this second of a series about supporting AT in schools successfully.
This session will follow up the discussion at the December 2012 meeting on the implications of the international Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure initiative (GPII.net) for the workplace and employment. It will begin with an overview of GPII and an update on recent developments, and continue with discussion with the participants.
AbleNet University presents Gayle Bowser in this third webinar, in a 3 part series about supporting AT in schools successfully.